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Sep 28, 2012 11:30pm PDT
lately. in part out been buoyed by spending on energy. it seems to me that consumers have become more confident about the future outlook of the economy. >> remember the lines for the new i-phone, many are willing to spend more on phones and. >> what are you going to do, not have a cell phone. >> her cell phone is about $65 more a month than compared to a few years ago. >> once you have a smart phone you never go back. you can take pictures, you can do everything. >> that's a bigger part of household budgets. >> reporter: on the flip side, big ticket items. >> there's been a real pull back in the luxury end of our spending. >> reporter: carol lou. >>> in stay gram keeps getting hotter and hotter, it now has more users than twitter. in stay gram's popularity has skyrocketed. in stay gram was recently purchased by facebook for $741 million. >>> starting this weekend customers can use the app based to ask for rides to and from anywhere until the south bay -- in the south bay. once you download the app you can put in a request for a pickup. it already operates in san francisco. >>> stock m
KICU
Oct 3, 2012 11:30pm PDT
moderator. the debate remained sizzled, mitt romney went after the president for green energy, and high profile companies in the bay area. >> you put $90 billion, like 50 years worth of breaks, into solar and wind. i have a friend who say you don't just pick the winners and losers, you pick the losers. >> reporter: the president said his plan doesn't add up. >> i think math, common sense, and our history shows us that's not a recipe for job growth. >> reporter: tonight's debate might also be remembered for what the president did not bring up, his successes, such as the turn around of the auto industry, and the romney gaffes what romney said 47% see themselves as victims. >> live outside the debate convenient new in denver, where thousands gathered to watch the candidates. >> reporter: frank, we are here at the university of denver, and in this open space just a few hours ago, there were thousands of people, students and faculty here. this campus is proud to have hosted this debate, and there were strong opinions about who won, and who lost. as the candidates took to the stage tonight in
KICU
Sep 25, 2012 11:30pm PDT
campaign appearances around the state. >> i'm going to do it with a ton of energy you haven't seen. >> reporter: supporters call elizabeth amken dynamic. the danville mother of three calls herself a problem solver, a fighting. she's fighting to unseat dianne feinstein. >> i think dianne feinstein is absolutely out of touch. she certainly doesn't understand new media and the new online world. >> reporter: the 49-year-old told us her first career was as an ibm analyst. but she quit her job to work for those with autism. she says she is now ready to work for everybody in california. >> when you have the governor of nevada and governor of texas coming to the state and entizing businesses out we're going to have to put together a panel and really work with corporations here in california to convince them to stay. >> reporter: amkin says there's a lot of undecided voters and that her biggest hurdle, many californians don't know who she is. >> my job is to make sure they know i'm an al -- an alternative to dianne feinstein. >> reporter: amkin says she has asked for a debate numerous times
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